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New Ignitability and Burning Behavior of Materials and Products Standards for the 4th Quarter 2013

Kyle Bach

Document Center Inc. is pleased to announce that the following New Standards on the  Ignitability and Burning Behavior of Materials and Products are now available:


  • ASTM D1929, 2013a Edition, Standard Test Method for Determining Ignition Temperature of Plastics
  • ASTM D3874, 2013 Edition, Standard Test Method for Ignition of Materials by Hot Wire Sources
  • ASTM D5425, 2013 Edition, Standard Guide for Development of Fire Hazard Assessment Standards of Electrotechnical Products
  • ASTM D6890, 2013b Edition, Standard Test Method for Determination of Ignition Delay and Derived Cetane Number (DCN) of Diesel Fuel Oils by Combustion in a Constant Volume Chamber
  • ASTM E1232, 2007 Edition Reapproved in 2013, Standard Test Method for Temperature Limit of Flammability of Chemicals
  • ASTM E2058, 2013a Edition, Standard Test Methods for Measurement of Material Flammability Using a Fire Propagation Apparatus (FPA)
  • ASTM F1959, 2013 Edition, Standard Test Method for Determining the Arc Rating of Materials for Clothing
  • ASTM G74, 2013 Edition, Standard Test Method for Ignition Sensitivity of Nonmetallic Materials and Components by Gaseous Fluid Impact
  • BS EN 61034-2, 2005 Edition with Amendment A1, Measurement of smoke density of cables burning under defined conditions. Test procedure and requirements
  • DIN EN ISO 340, 2013 Edition, Conveyor belts – Laboratory scale flammability characteristics – Requirements and test method (ISO 340:2013)
  • DIN EN ISO 9038, 2013 Edition, Determination of sustained combustibility of liquids (ISO 9038:2013)
  • NFPA 289, 2013 Edition, Standard Method of Fire Test for Individual Fuel Packages
  • NFPA 290, 2013 Edition, Standard for Fire Testing of Passive Protection Materials for Use on LP-Gas Containers



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